The figure puts the world's largest oil-exporting nation among the top 14 holders of US debt in the world
After Badreddine’s killing, we may never know if the 2005 death of Lebanese prime minister Rafiq Hariri marked the start of Saudi Arabia’s efforts to destroy Bashar al-Assad and the Syrian regime
The light show also called for the release of imprisoned Saudi blogger, Raif Badawi
When it floats on the stock market, oil company Saudi Aramco could be worth five times that of Apple. Hamish McRae explores what this could mean for the the Middle East, the energy industry and the globe
Tensions between the two nations have risen after the Sunni-led kingdom executed prominent Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr in January
John F Lehman said there was an 'awful lot of participation' by Saudi officials supporting the al-Qaeda plot
'The goal is merely to make the wife feel that she was wrong in the way she treated her husband'
Supporters say the country has two options: either permit women to drive or ‘provide special discounted transportation’ for them
The blaze has led to cuts equivalent to about 40 percent of Canada’s oil-sands production
But there are growing concerns among economists and observers that Prince Mohammed could be out of his depth
Sir Roger Carr says his belief that providing a 'big stick' helps countries bring about peace 'allows us to do this work in a proud and positive way, rather than with a sense of shame'
Girls at private schools have been allowed to take part in classes since 2013 – but only if they abide by a ‘decent dress code’ that complies with the rules of sharia
Prince Mohammed bin Salman is naively opting for the sort of radical economic reform that will be impossible to implement and will de-stabilise his country
The former prime minister made introductions for PetroSaudi
The deputy crown prince has previously appeared to express support for more women working
For years, oil analysts have suggested that Saudi reserves are nothing like the kingdom claims them to be